July 22, 2011 is a day of infamy for Norwegians. Not since World War II has that small, peace-loving country of five million experienced so much tragedy. Read the Post The Norwegian Murderer Was Not a “Christian”—but a “Blond Beast of Prey”
Month: July 2011
A review of the article “Where Did The Bible Come From?” by David J. Lose
By Dr. Robert A. Morey
Since I have studied, lectured on and written material on the “canonicity of Scripture” for 40 years, I read with interest the article by Dr. Lose addressing the subject. I was greatly disappointed.
First, the “Bible” is not one book but a collection of 66 ancient Jewish scrolls from the book of Genesis to the book of the Apocalypse. These ancient scrolls were produced in different times, cultures, languages, political, economic, and social Read the Post Defending the Bible from Scurrilous Attacks:
Obama’s duplicity is renowned. Obama’s long-hyped “shovel ready jobs” to rebuild America’s infrastructure turned out to be a joke that elicited an on-camera chuckle from Obama. Obama’s latest ploy is to play “nice Boehner vs. bad Read the Post Brits Warn Americans of Green Catastrophe
The lie that capitalism is evil promulgated by Michael Moore, teachers, professors, government officials, and even some liberal clergy shows a terrible lack of knowledge and understanding as well as mendacity.
Read the Post Capitalism Demands Godly, Moral Practitioners
Has the Fourth of July Become a Republican Holiday?
By Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor, with Dr. Ted Baehr
A new Harvard study not only shows that Republicans are more likely to attend Fourth of July events and to view the holiday as more important than Democrats, but also that children who attend Fourth of July events are more likely to identify with the Republicans, vote Republican, make campaign contributions, and turn out to vote. Read the Post The Real Spirit of 1776?